Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 448283
suspend/resume-to/from-ram only works once, the next time the computer doesn't resume any more (Samsung X20).
Last modified: 2008-06-15 17:39:54 EDT
Description of problem:
I can suspend and resume the machine successfully one time, the next time I
suspend the machine, the resume will not work any more. There is some disk
activity seen, but the screen stays dark. it's also not possible to do anything
without seeing (under the assumption that only the graphic chip is not
initialized) like STRG-ALT-1 and then pressing the reboot combo STRG-ALT-DEL, or
even just pressing the power knob of the laptop that normally triggers a
shutdown. Only option is a hard shutdown/reset.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Laptop is a Samsung X20 with intel graphics chip. See attached output from
hal-device and lspci.
How reproducible: always :-(
suspend for the second time after power up, try to resume -> bang.
Actual results: resume hangs the second time
Expected results: suspend/resume works
Please tell me if I can help with any additional info!
Created attachment 306613 [details]
Output from hal-device
Created attachment 306614 [details]
output of lspci
Well, it now works for me with - at least - newer kernels. I don't know exactly
what finally made it work, if it was a kernel upgrade or something else (maybe
For now I'll be closing the bug to reduce noise.